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Yellow Spanish Onion Plants

(5 customer reviews)

$16.00

  • A minimum of four dozen Yellow Spanish onion plants per bunch
  • Yellow, globe shaped, mild, open pollinated
  • Size Potential: 6″
  • Storage Potential: 4 months
  • Days to Harvest: 100
Yellow, Sweet, OP

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Description

Yellow Spanish onion plants produce a jumbo size bulb (1 lb.) with white flesh. Matures early to fill the slot in your garden after Walla Walla and before the storage varieties. Gardeners love Yellow Spanish onion plants because they grow quickly without much effort. Grows well in intermediate day areas if planted early. This is the favorite onion grown by commercial growers in northern states because it makes uniformly large, sweet bulbs.

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5 reviews for Yellow Spanish Onion Plants

  1. greentogold77

    A wonderful old onion! Thankfully, as an OP, this onion produces the perfect seeds to be sown the following year, and the onion itself really does store a long time for me, becoming more flavorful for cooking. I usually order plants also, to be sure I have enough. There are critters on my ranch that eat these and the Walla Walla onions. I have given up on Walla Walla Sweet because of their popularity with the wildlife, but the Spanish have a better rate of survival to harvest. They grow so vigorously no matter where I plant them, so I plant them everywhere in my gardens. It seems to help placing Zinnias and Calendulas on row ends and in close proximity to the plants.

  2. kit.jors (verified owner)

    I Love these onions. These grow great for me in (Veneta) Oregon near Eugene. They taste great on burgers or anything else for that matter. They keep really well and don’t get mushy but stay nice and firm. These are the only variety I plan to grow in my grow bag garden from now on ~!

  3. Chip (verified owner)

    I have grown these onions for the last two years. Great taste, and this year (2023) we had a bumper crop with some of the biggest onions ever. My only issue is with storage, 1-2 months at best. Its not like they go bad, but they start to sprout when the other varieties stored in the same location do not. Just the same, I am ordering more for next year today.

  4. Larry Thiel (verified owner)

    Have grown these for several years. Always good crop of nice size onions. Storage has been good at about 4 months in less than ideal temps, usually 60+ degrees.

  5. Mary P (verified owner)

    I’m ordering these again since last year’s crop was fantastic. Northern Iowa and we had softball sized onions even in a year with water deficiency. I still have about a dozen of these left in my storm cellar in the basement. They are hard and perfect. Didn’t have any really sprout. Kept very well and easy.

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